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Coir Pith or Coco Peat Low EC 315 grams Block ( Organic)
Coco peat, also known as coir pith, coir fiber pith, coir dust, or simply coir, is a by-product of de-fabricated coconut husks from Coir Industries. Coir pith is an ideal soil re-conditioner, soil structure improves and soil substrate with excellent water holding capacity. Coir Pith / Coco peat is washed, heat-treated, screened and graded before being processed into coco peat products of various granularity and denseness.
We also offer wide range of coir products like – coir pith discs, coco husk chips, garden articles, white coir fiber, brown fiber, curled coir rope, coir yarn .
Applications: Used in large scale soil less medium Horti Farms, Flower farms, Nurseries, Green Houses, Large farms.
Uses of coir pith blocks:
As a potting mix: Coir pith block can be used as potting medium. It can be mixed with required fertilizers and nutrients according to the type of plant to be grown.
For mushroom growers: Coir pith blocks are being used by a lot of mushroom growers around the world for the large scale production of edible mushrooms.
As a soil supplement: Re-hydrated coir block mixed with soil improves water holding capacity and aeration.
For generating seeds: Coir dust in starter containers speeds up germination and profuse rooting of the seedlings.
For tissue cultured plants: Wetted coir brick in poly bags encourages initial growth phase of tissue cultured plants and grafted seedlings.
Roles in garden soils: 1. Increased air porosity: Coir being fibrous in nature holds many air pockets which helps the crops to root easily and profusely. This increases the surface area of root system thereby facilitating better absorption of nutrients from soil.
Briquette dimension (± 0.5 cm)
20 x 10 x 5 cm
Unit Weight (± 5%)
5.5 to 6.5 ms / cm
>1.0 ms/cm (High EC block)
< 0.5 ms/cm (Low EC block)
Dehydrated yield (Litters)
5 to 7 litres
Palletised- stretch wrapped & strapped / non-palletised bare block loading on container floor.